Delivering higher efficiency in motor drive applications


 
Electric motors consume around half of all the electricity produced worldwide and it’s not hard to see why. They provide the motive force for many of today’s essential and nonessential activities; motors, pumps and fans can be found in an ever-widening range of products, from small consumer items to large industrial machinery. With a solid foundation in existing applications their numbers will grow inexorably, while the emergence of new applications such as electric vehicles (both manned and unmanned) means there will be significantly more in operation over the years to come...

by Simon Duggleby, Technical Marketing Manager, Electronics, RS Components.


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